I think by the time I really got into football in about 1992 (when I was 10) or so, Bernie Kosar was an also-ran in the NFL.
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(Not Bob Kohm)
In the context of baseball, the use of drugs hurts only the player. In the context of baseball, the use of alcohol hurts only the player. In the context of baseball, womanizing hurts whom? Maybe the wife of the player? In the context of baseball, felonies are crimes against society, not against baseball. In the context of baseball, gambling is the only crime against baseball.
Gambling, in the context of baseball, is a capital offense and Rose has richly earned-- hell, he agreed to-- his death sentence. Let him hang.
Bob Kohm, co-owner of Rotojunkies.com (rotojunkies.com) , and a large market kind of guy.
Originally posted by JaguarWhy would anyone want Kerry Collins? He quit on the Panthers and got multiple DUI's while in New Orleans. The man just isn't worth the money.
Jesus man the guy has cleaned himself up and been a model citizen since then. Give him a break.
is it still 1999 in your world Jag?
Oy. Yes, I realize that Kerry has been better in New York (at least, I've heard about him in the news less). And he did take the Giants to the Super Bowl, so I'm sure he has a chance to go to a new team and take them to the next level. However, after the way he handled himself in Carolina and New Orleans I personally wouldn't have given a second thought to the guy. Maybe the Giant's personel department is smarter than me, though.
Originally posted by A FanI don't know why people feel the need to run Tommy Maddox out of town already. Tommy had one bad season mainly due to a poor offensive line and a below average defense. The Steelers didn't need a QB they need some corners and some offensive linemen. They did pick up some of that in the draft, but I still feel they are weak on both spots. Perhaps getting some free agents will help the cause.
Let me be the last person to discuss this, but the Giants gave up too much for Eli. Sure, you can make the Phil Simms comparisions to Phil Simms, but we won't know until he has played on the field. He was an outstanding college player, but thats college this is the big time. I think the trade will probably damage the Giants in the long run, in the short run if Eli can handle the pressure, there is already a ton on him, they can probably get to the playoffs. If he can't it will go down as the worst draft trade ever. It really is unfair to put that much pressure on the kid, but his family should probably have never opened their mouths about the Chargers in the first place.
Well I wouldn't run Tommy out of town, but I would damn sure get some insurance just in case.
As for Eli, well I was never sold on him in college.
Also remember that Maddox isn't exactly a young guy either, so even if he has a couple good seasons left it is good to think of the future, especially if you can get a good QB like Roethlishberger
Lisa: They used it to settle fights at taverns Homer: She said tavern! I'm going to Moe's Marge: I never agreed to that rule
A lot of players have scored low: Frank Gore had a 6 and JP Losman had a 14. If teams are focusing on a Wonderlic score and not on the evidence of how he can play at hand (see his college career and Rose Bowl game)